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Orchestrate makes databases simple by powering full-text search, events, graph, and K/V storage behind a REST API.


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New Enterprise Deployment Options and Pricing

10.15.2014

Today’s announcement about Orchestrate’s Enterprise offering means that businesses have a wide variety of options for how and where they deploy Orchestrate into their organizations. At the time that I write this, Orchestrate is only publicly available in one datacenter – Amazon’s US-East. Orchestrate’s Dedicated Enterprise deployments can be deployed in a number of other…

Geospatial Search Adds Location to Your Applications

10.08.2014

geospatial

Ten years ago, computers mostly sat still under our desks, quietly humming to themselves. And then, suddenly, as the prices of gyroscopes and accelerometers and GPS radios plummeted, our computers crawled out from their stationary hiding places, into our backpacks and pockets, and onto our wrists. A typical new car has more than 50 microprocessors…

Every Student Deserves a Great Database

10.07.2014

Technical students

Somewhere in a dorm room, someone is tuning a database. They’re handling indexing conflicts and trying to figure out sharding. All of these struggles are in the name of “learning,” but much of the effort is misplaced. Their time is better spent creating something new. Those students, banging their heads against solved problems in their…

[VIDEO] Build Mobile Apps Fast with Appery.io and Orchestrate

09.15.2014

Appery.io mobile app development

Last week we hosted a webinar with Appery.io, an application development platform for enterprise mobile developers. Whether you’re building apps for an enterprise organization or for your own project, this video will show you just how simple it is to use Orchestrate for your backend database. In the video, we walk step-by-step through the development of a Contacts…

Recent Updates to the Orchestrate Ruby Gem

09.12.2014

rubies

I just published a new version of the Orchestrate Gem, version 0.9, that provides a ruby-like interface for accessing Orchestrate’s API. Since the initial gem announcement in June, I’ve mapped Orchestrate’s data types and API semantics to ruby classes. I won’t cover everything here, because that’s in the rdoc. Instead I want to give an…